Saturday, October 11, 2008

Another Top Completed!


I finally got the last seam sewn together this morning. I'm sorry the pic isn't too good. I didn't have any "helping hands" to hold the quilt, while I took the pic. So, here is Child's Play draped on the couch. It was such fun to work on this quilt. I've loved the easy blocks and assembly. No thinking...no math...just fun sewing away. Nine patches and plain alternating fabric. Simplicity.

And, if you haven't yet left a comment on the giveaway, be sure and comment on the post, "Fall Into Fall Give Away". Get your name added to the hat. I've added a few things to the original giveaway, so if you've already signed up, go back and see the added items.

16 comments:

em's scrapbag said...

Your quilt top is gorgeous. You did a great job.

Catherine said...

I love that top! There's something about 9-patches -- they always look good!

Libby said...

It turned out wonderful . . . the simplest of blocks can have the greatest of impact *S*

Sara said...

That is really pretty! I like the colors and the blocks look great!

julia said...

Paula, well done! I've already said that I like your new top...so,would you mind to trade it with, let's say...German gummy bears? *LOL*
No, really, it's beautiful!
Hugs, Julia

Rosaline said...

Love the quilt. Sometimes, it's the simple designs that give the most "inviting look" a quilt should have.

Hannah said...

Hey lady! I think that is one of the prettiest tops you have done in a while! Yay!

Quilt Nut said...

stunning! it is beautiful

Ann said...

That quilt top inspires me to get going, spent my quilting time this weekend making a "curious George" costume for my nephew!

Great colors!

FabricMom said...

What a beautiful quilt. Job well done.

Sew Create It - Jane said...

Beautiful quilt and a great mix of colour!

Marilyn R said...

What a beautiful quilt! I just love it!

Karen said...

Good job on your "Child's Play". Lots of pieces to sew together!
I see that you certainly got lots of names for your drawing. Who'd hve thought?! I'd have used a number generator, too.

Mary said...

This is gorgeous - the fabrics look great.

Karen Dianne Lee said...

Great job! I love how you pulled this together. Perfect and INSPIRING!!!

*karendianne.

whitestone said...

Love the simplicity of the four-patch and your fabric choices! Nicely Done!!!!